Response to Intervention

Stacie Richardson, RtI & Instructional Coach

srichardson[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us, 303-734-6119

Role: Instructional Coach and RTI Specialist
 
Education: Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education
 
Bio: I was born and raised in a small farming community in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. I ventured to the US for college, where I was a student athlete, playing volleyball and earning my teaching degree at Chadron State College in Nebraska.
 
I moved to the Denver area straight out of college and started teaching right here at Euclid Middle School. I have taught 6th and 7th grade at Euclid for 10 years and most recently have had the opportunity to move into the Instructional Coach and RTI Specialist roles for the past few years.
 
When I am not working with and learning alongside my Euclid family, I enjoy spending time with my husband, and son, who is a 7th grade student right here in LPS. We are huge Bronco fans, Arizona Diamondbacks fans, and love the outdoors. 

Courtney Berry, RtI & 6th grade STEM

cberry[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us, 303-734-6139

Role: RTI Specialist and STEM Teacher
 

Bio: I come to Euclid from Douglas County Public Schools, where I worked in a variety of positions. I have experience working with students from Kindergarten through eighth grade. I have worked as a literacy specialist, a special education teacher, a department chair, and have been an ongoing member of a Building Leadership Team. I currently teach an evening course for Metropolitan State University in the Alternative Licensure - Special Education program. 

 
I earned my Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and my Master's degree in Special Education from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. I am currently pursuing my Doctorate through the University of Northern Colorado in Educational Studies. I have also presented at multiple conferences nation-wide, including Colorado Council International Reading Association, Courage to Risk, and the Learning Disabilities Association. 
 
I believe that education is the means through which students learn how to become independent, successful citizens. I value building relationships with both students and teachers in order to create learning environments that encourage collaboration and growth. 
 
When not working or pursuing education, I can be found spending time with my husband and two children. I love to attend my daughter's sporting events at Arapahoe High School and my son's STEM school activities. My family loves to mountain bike in the summer, ski in the winter, and play games with our extended family (who all live within a 5-mile radius). 
 
I am excited to a member of the Euclid family!